Micro Code

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The lab is getting in shape!

August 05, 2017 — Michael Engel

Here is the example layout for a typical student workplace in our microcomputer and digital signal processing labs. Thanks a lot to our resident laboratory engineer Udo and our student assistant Philipp for all of their hard work!

In addition to a standard PC running Windows 10 with the WSL Linux subsystem, you can see our Cortex M3 development board, some of our standard peripherals for the lab exercises (matrix keyboard, 4x20 memory mapped HD44780 LCD and a DAC/ADC board) and a Keysight DSOX1102G scope. The scope features two 70 MHz analog channels, a signal generator and a large amount of software options, such as serial protocol analysis, Bode plots and FFT.

Lab workplace

Tags: lab, arm, pcb, scope